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Table 7 Outcome of a cumulative logistic regression model examining control variables, connectedness in networks with lack of personal accomplishment

From: Could the connectedness of primary health care workers involved in social networks affect their job burnout? A cross-sectional study in six counties, Central China

Characteristics Reference B P OR 95%CI
Lower Upper
Control Variables Types of work
Doctors Village Doctors 0.748 0.001 2.112 0.304 1.192
Nurses   0.365 0.107 1.440 −0.079 0.809
Public Health Workers   0.523 0.043 1.687 0.017 1.029
Educational Background
Undergraduate Degree and Above High School and Below 0.214 0.376 1.238 −0.260 0.688
College Degree   −0.036 0.845 0.964 −0.395 0.323
Work Experiences (Years)
≤10 ≥21 0.446 0.022 1.562 0.063 0.829
11–20   0.217 0.268 1.242 −0.167 0.600
Connectedness in Advisory Networks Low High 1.042 0.005 2.834 0.309 1.775
Middle   0.583 0.015 1.791 0.111 1.055
Connectedness in Friendship Networks Low High 0.607 0.074 1.834 −0.060 1.273
Middle   0.375 0.145 1.454 −0.129 0.879